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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Don’t forget that atlas has a WJ Kit now


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    Sweet and pricey! I saw those on Rusty's site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trplxj View Post
    All V8 WJ’s have a “Dana 44” in the rear. It has a aluminum center section and shares nothing with older D44. The 4.0 inline 6 WJ’s have a Dana 35 in the rear. All of them have a D30 in the front.

    The WJ can be had for a really decent price, and I think they are a good platform to start a build from. I picked mine up for about 2K.


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    Same with the V8 ZJ's. The good old Dana 44A that has all unique parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strodinator View Post
    Same with the V8 ZJ's. The good old Dana 44A that has all unique parts

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    I have some love for the ZJ's as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    Sweet and pricey! I saw those on Rusty's site.
    Tell me about It. The transfercase is the issue my WJ has had that has kept it parked for so long. I’ve been too busy fucking with the JK to put money into the WJ.

    I can afford an atlas for it easily, but I just don’t want to fork out that much coin all at once. I had a NP231 that i had installed (once I finally got a good usable one, but that’s another story), but ended it up selling it to a buddy who’s T-case went out in his (since his was a daily I bit the bullet and let him have it since I have multiple vehicle and don’t rely on the WJ for transportation). I want the atlas more then i want most things lol, so I’m saving up to get one eventually.


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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Tell me about It. The transfercase is the issue my WJ has had that has kept it parked for so long. I’ve been too busy fucking with the JK to put money into the WJ.

    I can afford an atlas for it easily, but I just don’t want to fork out that much coin all at once. I had a NP231 that i had installed (once I finally got a good usable one, but that’s another story), but ended it up selling it to a buddy who’s T-case went out in his (since his was a daily I bit the bullet and let him have it since I have multiple vehicle and don’t rely on the WJ for transportation). I want the atlas more then i want most things lol, so I’m saving up to get one eventually.


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    Shit if it's that easy you could buy me an Atlas and ship it across the country 😂. The LS is bound to chew up the 231 at some point lol

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    Here is that same black rig. First pic 4.5" next one 6" both on 285's I believe. He later installed 35's. I think I am staying with 33's on this one.

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    Here is a pic on one of his trips. One of my favorite internet rigs he has since sold it.

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